Elections

A Municipal By-Election will be held for Councillor for Division No. 2 on Wednesday, March 31, 2021.

To find out more information on running for municipal office, the nomination process, campaigning, and nomination and candidacy tips, please click here.

Nomination Day

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
2021 Election Information – Councillor Division 2

Nominations Received

Nomination Form – Division No. 2 – Trent Reiger

Notice of Abandonment of Poll

Notice of Abandonment of Poll – Councillor Division 2

Declaration of Results

Declaration of Results – Councillor for Division 2

Mail-in Ballot Voting

Council of the RM of Sherwood passed Bylaw No. 18/20, A Bylaw to Establish a Mail-in Ballot Voting System at the October 14, 2020 Regular Council Meeting.

Mail-in Ballot Voting – Bylaw No. 18-20

A voter who desires to vote by mail shall apply for a mail-in ballot kit, by filling out:

a) a Voter’s Registration Form, Form R, Schedule A
b) the Declaration of Person Requesting Mail-in Ballot, Form C, Schedule B

When applying to vote by Mail-in Ballot, eligible voters must complete these forms and provide the necessary voter identification to prove his or her identity.

Please note that Schedule A and Schedule B require a signature by a witness. This witness may be either:

  1. The returning officer;
  2. The deputy returning officer;
  3. The enumerator;
  4. Any other person authorized to sign oaths; or
  5. Any other person* (*including a member of the same household who is over the age of 18)

The revised bylaw allows voters to register to vote by mail by either registering in person at the municipal office OR apply electronically by emailing the forms to info@rmofsherwood.ca no later than one (1) day before Election Day.

To find out more information on the Mail-in Ballot Voting, please contact the Municipal Office at 306-525-5237.

Candidates

As of July 21, 2020, the Government of Saskatchewan, as part of the Re-open Saskatchewan Plan, allows door to door canvassing. This includes the ability for candidates to campaign in an election.

Candidates are required to maintain physical distancing when visiting a residence and are encouraged to practice frequent hand hygiene and not to share common materials including pens, pencils and promotional materials.

Candidates and candidate’s agents have the right to be in attendance at advance polls or the poll on election day. Candidates and candidate’s agents will be subject to the same physical distancing requirements as voters and should be encouraged to wear a mask while in the polling area.